The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 11, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 584 pages
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From mushrooms to ferns, to trees and shrubs, nature offers a slew of healthy and tasty menu alternatives. We no longer have to limit ourselves to the 50 to 60 fruits and vegetables commonly grown in North America but can now learn and begin to enjoy more than 4,000 wild and delicious foods growing in our own back yards!

Noted ethnobotanist Dr. Francois Couplan has been teaching the uses of various fruits, nuts, and grains world wide since 1975 and has published more than 13 books about plants in both French and German. He has worked with world-renowned chefs including Jean-Georges Vongerichten in New York, to bring wild plants to gourmet menus and has been cooking with hundreds of different plants for the past thirty years. This title is not only a guide to intriguing and palatable edible plants based on the author's personal experiences but a unique pathway to appreciating nature.

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Contents

Lycopods and Horsetails Lycopodiophyta and Equisetophyta
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Cycads and Conifers Pinopfiyta
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Flowering Plants Magnoliophyta
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Couch Biology Library: Finding Information on Edible, Medicinal ...
The encyclopedia of edible plants of North America / Frangois Couplan ; [foreword by James A. Duke]. New Canaan, Conn. : Keats Pub., c1998. ...
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UK edition :The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America: Nature\’s Green Feast. “Although it lacks color pictures, it is by far the most complete ...
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The Herb Society of America - Promising Plants - References
The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America. New Canaan, CT: Keats Publishing, 1998. Craig, wj, ed. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare. ...
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gnps's List of Books about Native Plants & Their Identification
The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America by Francois Couplan; Keats Publishing, 1998; ISBN 0-87983-821-3. Fall Color and Woodland Harvests ...
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From, The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America" by Francois Couplan, Ph.D. (p. 300):. "Aesculus (species)". "Buckeye seeds are rich in saponin. ...
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About the author (1998)

Couplan is a columnist for several major French nature, health, and cooking magazines, he works with renowned chefs on integrating wild plants into their menus.

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